F.A.R.T. the Movie
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|F.A.R.T. The Movie|
|Directed by||Ray Etheridge|
|Produced by||Ray Etheridge
|Music by||Lin Moon|
|Edited by||Ray Etheridge|
Golden West Films
Russell (Joel Weiss) is obsessed with farting, and loves to fart any time he can. His girlfriend, Heather (Shannandoah Sorin) despises farts and becomes angry with Russell because all he does is watch television and fart. She tells him that the only time she can feel relaxed is when Russell is out of the house, as she is away from his gas. She thinks that if the television turns into fart jokes, which he also loves, then Russell won't even leave the house. Then one night, the television does become all about farts. This puts Heather to the ultimate test to see if she can get past his problem and love him. In the end, she has become so fed up with farting that she has a nightmare about farting. She wakes up and Russell farts. Heather realizes that there is no point in hating it anymore and decides to love him. The film concludes with both of them farting gleefully.
- Joel Weiss, Shannandoah Sorin (leads)
- Robert Axelrod as Minister
- Conrad Brooks as Game Show Panelist
- Kim Delgado as Andy Rudney
- Donald L. Jordan as Comic
- Rich Levier as Joke Telling Party Guest
- Michael Montroy as Comic
- Shannon Ratigan as Patient
- Suzanne Rose as Wife #3
DVD Verdict found the film to be without merit, looking more like a home video than an actual movie. They panned the film as a purported comedy consisting of 90 minutes of stale fart jokes, that was not funny. They also panned the cinematography for appearing to be a poor VHS rip, and for very poor sound quality.
Movies Made Me spoke at length about the film having very few truly funny moments and how its content was specifically aimed at those viewers who like fart jokes.
The project had a 30-day shooting schedule and a $43,000.00 budget. When seeking crew for the film, publications such as Daily Variety refused to run the ad copy until the word "fart" was removed from the text and replaced with "wind-breaker". Many of those who agreed to work on the project would do so only their names were changed for the onscreen credits. The project was shot on locations in Los Angeles, California.
- Becker, Tom (August 20, 2010). "DVD review: F.A.R.T. The Movie". DVD Verdict. Archived from the original on October 14, 2013. Retrieved October 12, 2013.
- staff (.). "review: Fart: The Movie (1991)". Movies Made Me. Retrieved October 13, 2013. Check date values in:
- Fart the Movie. "Fart the Movie". Fart the Movie. Retrieved October 13, 2013.
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